Chiefs' Mahomes practices in full; Reid playing it safe


So much that it sounds like he will go with the hot hand another week over injured Patrick Mahomes. The Chiefs play at the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. If Mahomes can't go, it'll be Matt Moore again. "(Mahomes) is an exciting, dynamic player.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was a full participant in practice on Wednesday, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

Mahomes suffered a knee injury during the Chiefs' 30-6 win over the Denver Broncos on October 17. That was October 17. He was expected to be sidelined three to six weeks. Basically, the Chiefs want the reigning MVP to get some rounds of practice in before suiting up for the game on Sunday.

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During his meeting with the media before practice, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid wouldn't say who was starting at quarterback on Sunday against the Titans. In his remarks, Reid was also careful not to confirm whether or not Mahomes would be active before doctors gave him the go-ahead.

The Chiefs listed defensive tackle Chris Jones (groin), quarterback Chad Henne (ankle), defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi (elbow), defensive tackle Joey Ivie (back) and punter Dustin Colquitt (left thigh) as full participants.

Asked about Mahomes on Wednesday, Reid told reporters that he won't put Mahomes on the field if there is a risk. Assuming Mahomes has another solid week of practice, he should have a good chance to play.